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  1. Mike Dillon
    6/3/2015
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    The Digs is my favorite feature in the online P-G. Keep the themed pics coming!

  2. Regis BARKER
    6/3/2015
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    I grew up in Sheraden neighborhood in the 50’s and 60’s and a photographer by the name of last name Hermann lived next door to us and I was always in pictures he would take for the Pittsburgh press would love to find those some where?

  3. robert wurzer
    6/4/2015
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    Pittsburgh has come a long way since I grew up there in the 50’s. I love PNC park but I wish they would re-locate that charities sign, it takes away from the parks beauty. give credit to the New York Mets broadcasters, they praised PNC park and showed numerous shots inside and outside of the park. I wondered if they worked for the city of Pittsburgh for how they talked and showed Pittsburgh. I live now in Florida (although California is the best ) and when I want to see the Pirates I just go to a sports bar here and ask for the Pirates, sometimes which they did on this night they got the New York feed of the game, I only wish that the people of Pittsburgh could have seen the game on their feed…fantastic

  4. larry
    6/4/2015
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    This is by far the best feature of the PG and reminds us of the importance of maintaining the city’s unique character. Thank you.

  5. Monica Palian
    7/10/2015
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    Love the Pictorials! I wonder if you might help me to locate information. My grandmother had a cousin that wrote for one of the Pittsburgh newspapers in the 60’s/70’s. I believe it was the Post-Gazette. He was from Duquesne and she (we) from Elizabeth. I am trying to locate family information and unsure of the spelling of his name. I believe that his name was Robert Pavouchak or Povuchak. I have been trying to get the correct spelling. Would you be able to research since you work with the paper.

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